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Dr. Frankenstein's insane grandson attempts to create horrible monsters in modern day L.A.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN :)
This movie is part of the collection: Sci-Fi / Horror
Director: Richard E. Cunha
Producer: George F. Foley Jr., Marc Frederic
Production Company: Layton Film Productions Inc.
Audio/Visual: sound, black & white
Keywords: Horror; Sci-Fi; Thriller
Contact Information: www.k-otic.com
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Vic Demise -
Subject: I want my 50 cets back!!
Though I did get a lot of entertainment fom this film, it was bacically well made, decently acted (for the genre) THE SCRIPT made so little sense it was just ridiculous!! If you like to make smart-ass comments, you'll enjoy it. I mean, c'mon- MR. FRANK (a.k.a Frankenstien)is left in the good doctor's house by the police AFTER he is accused of attempted murder??? The script flaws are too numerous to list (Though it might be fun to try!!
Not to mention, Frankenstien is the name of the doctor, NOT the creation, hence, there is no character "Frankenstien's daughter" to be had.
Freddie Jaye -
Subject: Dopey, dopey fun
Billbarstad is right: this thing is a laugh riot.
SEE the monster stomp out on a killing rampage...but then knock on the door and wait patiently to be let back in...
SING ALONG to the swinging teen hit "Daddy-Bird" -- "Shaba-labba-lop, bobba-lobba lobba-lop"...
HOWL at the monster's male face, made female at the last minute by the swift application of a swipe of lipstick...
You gotta see this one.
Subject: A Laugh Riot!
Take a screenplay written with every monster movie cliche imaginable and from any other genre that came in handy, an unimaginative director, $60,000, and you'll get a movie like Frankenstein's Daughter. Really, the actors, several of which I recognize from TV shows of the time, gave performances as good as any others could have done with the material given them. There isn't a believable situation in this lovable, laughable turkey. This one had me smiling, laughing under my breath, or laughing out load throughout.
Oliver Frank is quite a piece of work. He pushes his boss, Prof. Morton, around, and patronizes him. When he isn't hitting hard on Morton's granddaughter, Trudy (played by Sandra Knight, who can also be seen in The Terror), he's dosing her with a drug that makes her horrible looking. Everyone patronizes her. Frank's also carrying on the Frankenstein tradition in Morton's laboratory. He runs down a girl who brushes his high school masher moves off, takes her brain, and puts it into his monster. The monster moves spastically, like a battery operated robot I had as a kid, though mine tipped over all the time. The monster's only victims had to help by standing still or cornering themselves. As per formula (Teens to the rescue!), Trudy's boyfriend (played by John Ashley, who costarred in the equally funny The Eye Creatures) destroys the monster, and Frank dies in the hilarious climatic scene in the laboratory.
I downloaded the 348MB 512Kb MPEG4 file. It's quality is better suited to a small viewing area. Dialog was sometimes hard to understand, but I didn't really care much.
Subject: Not as bad
If you've seen 'Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter', 'Frankenstein's Daughter' would seem like a pretty good movie; like the difference between boot camp and tech school. And because I've seen 'Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter', I give this one at least three stars.
Subject: One word review:
This Getz The Velveeta Award For CheezoRama!
Fireball Steve Zodiac -
Subject: funny how tastes vary...
I really like this picture. Cheesy as it gets. A cool music piece dead center. If they had actually spent some money on the makeup and costume of the monster it really would be edging into good horror movie stock. My only beef, poor makeup. Great audio, great 50s Gidget and Frankie Avalon -like do set at the beach mixed with pretty good Karloff-ian horror and a really good print all the way through. Why is it good? Because the storyline is so twisted and mixed up, you have to pay attention to the reasons why the fight and fright scenes take place. I stayed up an hour past my bedtime to see this through...good show. I hadn't viewed it until now. A tip o' the Hatlo's Hat to..Internet Archive.
Subject: late show movie
I first saw this movie when I was around 4 or 5 years old. My family sat around the tv and watched together. I was horrified when I saw the the monster walking towards us in this stark white gown. After watching the scene I remember not being able to think of much elsegoing on in the movie except for that monster in that scene. I was the youngest and had to go to bed immediately after the movie was over. I did not go quietly...
I have wanted to see it again since I have been an adult to see if what terrified me so much about the monster was really as terrifying as I remembered it. Now that I've seen it again after all these 40 years, I'm certain it was the thick eyebrows and the white gown!! Thanks for the closure.
Subject: drive in movies on a summer night
This film came around the time I was six and I wanted to see it. I tried to con my family into loaded up the car with kids, dog, and blankets. Summer nights in Tuscalosa, Alabama were a bit chilly. My father said tactfully,"How much of a movie can you see under a blanket?" Probably right my dad. Thank you for downloaded it IA. I don't need a blanket now.